These 14 bloggers were part of the original group of challengers. We followed their journeys as they shared messages of gratitude through times of joy, occasional heartache and even near-tragedy. Read on to find out how The Gratitude Challenge inspired them to maintain a positive outlook through it all.
The smell of coffee brewing. The sounds of voices catching up over breakfast. Silverware clinking on dishes, footsteps padding on the wooden floor. No sound is too harsh…[read more]
After 21 days of doing the Gratitude Challenge, I've come to realize that gratitude is a bit like that; it gets easier with practice. Once you get on a roll, you find things to be grateful for all around…[read more]
When we found out last year that my youngest son would be our third child on the autism spectrum, we had many different emotions…[read more]
So today is the end of the road for my journey in experimental gratitude. I have to say I'm a little sad, in a way; it was nice to have the daily reminders to think about my not-so-perfect world in a cheerier way…[read more]
Today for the Gratitude Challenge I'm supposed to take a photo or video of a person, place or thing that makes me feel grateful. I wasn't entirely sure what I was going to photograph…[read more]
Today I just want to say that I'm grateful for YOU! Yes, even you, there in the back, lurking but not commenting. Of course lurking is perfectly fine…[read more]
As the years go by, I am reminded more and more that I have a gem for a partner…[read more]
I have, however, been reminding myself throughout about trying to be grateful for what I have rather than fretful about what I don't. It is a challenge…[read more]
I want to pay particular attention to the positive points in each day as well as my life as a whole. My hope is that by practicing every day for 3 weeks, my extra thankful outlook will become habit forming…[read more]
Unexpected blessing have made me realize that when I get kicked down, I stand up strong. It may take me some time before I get back on my feet - but you better believe I'm going to be stronger than I was before!…[read more]
We are still without health care and with the economy in the tanker; everything is just a bit tenuous and stressful. BUT being worried about that stuff is not how I want to live my life…[read more]
The Gratitude Challenge isn't just business at Tiny Prints—it's personal. See how each of these Tiny Prints employees rose to meet The Challenge in a unique way, with stories about building a family, appreciating the little blessings in life and surviving together through thick and thin.